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Ferociouskitty
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Registered: 02-2008

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Posted on Tuesday, January 20, 2009 - 12:13 am:   

Come to think of it, we did use to brag that the dances we did around in Chicago took a while for the rest of the country to catch up with.

Bingo! The South got everything last, lol. I most fondly remember my next door neighbor doing the Camel Walk. She had these loooong skinny legs, and that just made it even more over the top. She was a little younger than my grandmother who was born in 1922.

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